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UN adopts Prime Minister Imran Khan Islamophobia resolution.

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United Nations has adopted a land mark resolution on Islamophobia presented by Pakistan Prime Minister during UN session in 2021.

While Prime Minister Imran Khan congratulated the Muslim Ummah after the United Nations (UN) finally recognized the grave Islamophobia challenge confronting the world.

The prime minister congratulates in a series of tweets.

The prime minister congratulated the Muslim Ummah, and tweet “our voice against the rising tide of Islamophobia has been heard”.

The Organization of Islamic Cooperation (OIC), designating 15 March as “International Day to Combat Islamophobia”.

The OIC passed a resolution presented by Pakistan at the 47th session of the OIC Council of Foreign Ministers in the year in November 2020.

The day (March 15) will mark the Christchurch mosque attack in New Zealand, where 51 people were murdered and dozens of others were injured the worst mass shooting in the country’s history.

PM Imran Khan has raised his voice against the rising trend of Islamophobia at international forums, including at the UN, and called on the global community to combat the challenge.

In January, Canadian Prime Minister Justin Trudeau had said that Islamophobia is not acceptable at any cost and vowed to make his country safer for Muslims.

In December 2021, Russian President Vladimir Putin had said insulting Holy Prophet Muhammad (PBUH) does not count as freedom of expression.

Insults to the Holy Prophet (PBUH) are a “violation of religious freedom and the violation of the sacred feelings of people who profess Islam,” Putin had said.

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